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The job can be good depending on what you’re unloading, most of the times you can get a 40ft container full of small boxes , and they will pay you $120 for 8 hours. Not enough after the government takes its cut. But then again , you can get a good container and be done between 30-1hr and make $120.
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hard working but financialy rewarding

What is the best part of working at the company?the best part was is you had a bit freedom to work where you wantWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?it was not well organized and sometimes you got sent to areas where people wanted to fight you.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?it was ok, they had dinners and other companies event that help the culture of the companyWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?you wake up get a message on the app on place you might want to work you accept and go to work and go back home
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A job that you can fit around your schedule. Easy to communicate with management. Very physically demanding, good compensation. Demand can be up and down at times.
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Productive and fun team to work with

The company give you a wonderful rate, great supervisors and excellent service from the dispatch crew. The supervisor always check and you and help as much as they can


Free rides and bonus


Lots of availability
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I make 60k a year please read to understand

So you guys understand like every job there are a large variety of different techniques you can learn do help you do your job super fast , you need to be willing to learn or it will look hard. If you want to learn more techniques you just ask the company to teach you and they will be more then happy to help you with that but you have to speak up !Most of guys I have seen work alone doing 2 containers a day the more experienced guys do 2 or 4 alone making 200 to 400 daily .as far as partners are concerned just learn as many techniques as you can and I promise you as a team you can do 4 Containers in 6 to 8 hours! Making 200 a day as a team The key to be successful in this trade like any other trade is to speak up and ask to learn new ways to do your job faster and promise you will 48 to 55 thousand a year and it can only increase from there


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Typical work day at work

Sometimes you get work when its busy sometimes you dont get work for 3-5 months. If you do get work its a hit or miss on if its a good trailer or a bad trailer. Good job for quick $ weekly
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No job security and no benefits

U get paid by piece work and some can have good loads and if some has bad u can spend whole day unloading a can and not make much money at all. Also there are no benefits


f u havea good cans u can make some serious money


no job secity no benefits
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Based on 57 reviews

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3.0 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
2.5 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
2.3 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.4 out of 5 stars for Management
2.6 out of 5 stars for Culture

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